Charles & Sharon
We Gave Up On Reinventing The Wheel And Put Our Profile On ParentProfiles.com! † We want to express our sincere thanks to all of you at ParentProfiles.com.† It was through your website that our birthmother was able to find our family and bless us with our new daughter.† This was our second adoption.† We were matched with our sonís birthmother through our attorney.† When we decided to adopt again we wanted to use the Internet. † Originally, we had someone more ...
For a woman, one of the most important tests she will ever have to take is a pregnancy test. Becoming pregnant can and will change your life forever. Because this is such a major event in your life, you really need to be sure that the test you are taking is accurate to help you gear up for the important life altering decisions you need to make in the months to come.
Welcome to our family: Ron, Elizabeth, & Michael! We are already praying for you as you face very difficult decisions, and we hope the best for you and your child. We value love, education, friends & family, and will include your hopes for this child.
Buying a pregnancy test for most can seem like an easy process. You can buy a home pregnancy test at just about any drugstore, convenience store or grocery store. There are many brands of pregnancy tests out there to choose from, but all home tests work pretty much the same.
A home pregnancy test works by measuring the amount of the hCG hormone that is present in the female urine. This hormone is released by the placenta once the fertilized egg becomes implanted in the uterine wall. Most home pregnancy tests are usually able to pick up this pregnancy hormone within the first couple of days of your missed period.
Most of these home pregnancy tests are very easy to use and you can get your results in just a few minutes. Statistically, these tests average about 97% accuracy. You should take into consideration that a negative test could be the result of testing too soon, diluted urine due to excess fluid intake, or a faulty test kit. If you have had mixed results from taking more than one test, or you got a negative result but still believe you are pregnant, you should contact your doctor to schedule a pregnancy test with him or her.